Dr. Li is a full professor and has been teaching at EMU since 1995. Prior to pursuing advanced degrees in the U.S., Dr. Li had an interdisciplinary educational and employment background in nursing and education. As a licensed nurse, midwife, and certified teacher in general education and special education, Dr. Li primarily worked with students with physical impairments and other health impairments in Taiwan, especially children with cerebral palsy. Following her master's study in education for students with intellectual disabilities, doctoral degree in education for students with visual impairments and multiple disabilities, and a certificate in orientation & mobility (O & M) for the blind, Dr. Li worked as an itinerant teacher and O & M specialist for students and adults with visual impairments including those with additional disabilities. In addition to her teaching students of all ages for nearly three decades, Dr. Li has published and research work on vision programs, Brain Gym in students with visual impairments, autism spectrum disorders, print and braille letter reversals, behavior management, mental health in students with disabilities, and educational neuroscience.